Crystaline is the first and only high pressure laminate with Swarovski elements embedded in its surface.
May 25th, 2011
Abet Laminati have teamed up with architect and designer Konstantin Grcic to create 3 exclusive new designs for the Crystaline collection.
The innovative manufacturing process and the brilliance of the Swarovski crystals combine to create an exquisite and refined collection.
The 3 exclusive designs are available on black or white backdrops – the starry-night ’Bling’, linear ’Ray’ and geometrical ’Black Peak’.
With the Crystaline collection, Abet Laminati and Konstantin Grcic offer luxurious alternatives for decoration and interior design.
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